sec: unclas Fork-tailed Swifts at the Western Treatment Plant

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Subject: sec: unclas Fork-tailed Swifts at the Western Treatment Plant
From: "Tania Ireton" <>
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 14:45:29 +1100
Last Sunday I took a Canadian birder to visit the Western Treatment Plant and 
he was suitably impressed, getting some 50 or so lifers for the day.  Apart 
from the highlights of Frecked Duck, Glossy Ibis, Pacific Golden Plover, Arctic 
Jaeger, Darter and Cape Barren Goose, we also saw a minimum of 20 Fork-tailed 
Swifts over the Borrow Pits, slowly moving south.



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